Gorilla tracking in Uganda’s Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. Presented by Paul Fesko
Thanks Paul for a great presentation! For those interested click here for the presentation slides related to the photography aspects of the trip. Note: you can also “right-click” – “Save link as” on the “here” link above, and download the 19 Mb file to your hard drive.
Date: March 27, 2018
Time: 1:00 till 3:00 pm
Location: 901- 11th Ave N.W. Calgary – Rosedale Community Centre – Main Hall
On March 27 the CALL Digital Photography Group has scheduled a 1 hour presentation by Paul Fesko’s on recent photography taken during a trip in Uganda. The focus will be on Gorilla trekking in Uganda. Beside recounting his experiences he will focus also on the technical photography aspects and, I am sure, give valuable hints for photographers wanting to try this type of expedition themselves.
Paul visited the Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, a mountainous area in southwest Uganda. Many of the world’s remaining mountain gorillas live here and feed on roots, leaves and fruits from this biodiverse park. the endangered gorilla families are protected by law and a limited number of trekking permits are available. The parks rough paths weave through dense forest, and are home to many butterflies and birds.
Itinerary: The first 30 minutes will be the review of challenge submissions. This will be followed by Paul’s Presentation. After the presentation there will be time to ask questions.